Skip to comments.VIDEO SHOWS MADIA(DEM)VOLUNTEER TAKING PAULSEN (REP)LAWN SIGNS
Posted on 09/27/2008 6:29:19 AM PDT by HD1200
Another person in the video points out the sign stealer has an Ashwin Madia bumper sticker.
I also happen to be a Madia volunteer, she says.
A check of a license plate reveals shes married to Dan Pollock Ashwin Madias communications director and spokesperson. Source: FOX 9, September 26, 2008
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We don’t call them DemocRATs for nothing.
Mine and my neighbor’s McCain signs were stolen. Now we bring them in at night..
Steal the yard signs - steal the election. Meanwhile, if Missouri is any indication, threaten to arrest anyone who says anything you don’t like. Obama’s mantra! Then scream about freedom of speech.
Like that gives her the right to steal someone elses property.
What a Rat hussy!
Yeah, notice the self-righteous attitude. Sure, we all feel stongly enough about signs in the “public right-of-way” to go out in the dark of night to remove, riiiiiiiight!
Let’s go out and get those GARAGE SALE signs too, people! (campaign chairman to campaign workers).
So far I have had two NOBAMA bumper stickers peeled off of my car. I keep extras in the car.
We had a democrat do that here a few years back. He used the same excuse. Just being a good citizen blahblahblah. Of course he was a democrap operative. He was driving down the road and pulling up signs along the highway and throwing them in the back of his car. He got some jail time for it.
The Democratic Party is the party of crooks, thugs, criminals. They are the party of lawlessness. They also are winning the war because they realize = this IS a war.
The good guys are losing. This aint’ WWII - this is the battle for our national survival and it’s almost over.
Sorry - Obama is confident of winning because of the massive crimes being committed and nothing is stopping them.
......Like that gives her the right to steal someone elses property.....
There is a fine point here that makes her innocent.
There is likely a law that makes posting campaign signs on the public right of way illegal. The signs thus placed are in effect illegal and perhaps can actually be classed as litter on public ground. They ceased to be personal property when abandoned on the public right of way.
That is the law and interpretation locally. signs must be on private property.
She’s a bimbo.
YOU HAVE TO BE KIDDING ME!!!!!!
Meanwhile, if Missouri is any indication, threaten to arrest anyone who says anything you dont like. Obamas mantra!
BY all means, PLEASE arrest me!
Political speech is PROTECTED SPEECH, even lies, as long as it doesn’t advocate violence.
With a good attorney, SOMEONE could have one hell of a settlement from this!!
Much as I hate dirty campaign tricks, I have to go with the sign “stealer” on this one. If the signs really were put in the public right-of-way, anyone can do what they want with them, because they’re litter. I detest campaigns that clutter up public property with their crap. May I suggest retaliation by taking down every Madia sign encountered on public property. You’ll be fighting both for your candidate and against visual blight.
Yes, I told my spouse the same thing. What a brazen feminatzi b*tch.
I check mine everyday to be sure they’re still there. So far so good.
If you have Republican bumper stickers on your car here in the “enlightened” SF Bay area, your car will get keyed. I’m thinking of getting a McCain-Palin sign to put in my apartment window.
But but but.....tearing down signs, keying cars, slashing tires and breaking windows, throwing pee and poop bombs are legitimate form of political expression - if you’re a Democrat. Yeah, right, I would really like to see that kind of reasoning hold up in a Minnesota court.
Either way the election goes in November, there will likely be violence, especially if the Dems lose.
I catch someone keying my car and my two good friends, (Mr. Smith and Mr. Wesson), may have something to say about it.
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